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 Recently I came across an article in Meridian Magazine titled “Finding Our Way Through the Veil” by Wallace Goddard that I found quite chilling.

Before I get into the article, it’s important for you know that when Mormons talk about the veil, it’s referred to in a few different ways.

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Meridian MagazineMeridian Magazine, ‘5 Things to Remember if Your Loved One Leaves the Church,’ July 26, 2015;

“God does not look upon sin with the least degree of allowance, but those who truly desire eternal life, in this life or in the next, will have it. Whether they are Buddhist, Baptist, Bahai, Jewish, Roman Catholic, Agnostic, Muslim, Mormon or formerly Mormon — if they desire eternal life, they will have the opportunity to get it.” – Andy Proctor 

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familyshareA few days ago while on Facebook I noticed numerous pages by a group called Family Share. At first glance the titles of the pages seem unassuming, and with titles like I love my family, I love my mom, and I love my dog they sound more like something a child would create instead of the blatant deception they are.

As I further investigated the pages I noticed a pattern, most of the pages have the same “I love…….” mantra with one very clear, one very noticeable exception. I’m referring to the Family Share Facebook page titled “I Am A Child of God”. This may mean nothing to most Christians, but for a former Mormon this, plus the use of the word “family” in the name of their organization screams MORMONISM.

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Salt Lake Temple (2)Today I came across an article in the LDS Meridian Magazine that was so full of errors – okay, lies – that I found it astounding the Church would try to pull off what they’re proposing this time.  While their propaganda is nothing new it’s always surprising to me how they continue to spin the same story with new graphics or an added great feat of Joseph.

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